She married a Welsh bar owner in March 1994 and then split weeks later; then she married comic Tom Green in July 2001 and he filed for divorce six months later.
Not only is the actress set to star in an upcoming Netflix comedy, she will be lending her distinctive voice to NBC's new dating show.
was first with the news; all cited unnamed sources close to the couple.
Barrymore, 41, and Kopelman, 38, an art consultant, started dating in February 2011 and married at her Montecito, Calif., estate in June 2012. reported the two confirmed the divorce in a joint statement Saturday.
Each episode concludes with an update on if the daters ever saw one another again. There's no premiere date set at this time, but it marks another series in a small trend of romantic reality shows headed to the broadcast networks.
First ordered to series over a year ago, comes from Ellen De Generes' A Very Good Production, Warner Bros.
At the year end, her husband field for divorce and their divorce procedure was completed within few months. Soon the pair got engaged and got married four year ago in, California. After few years, the news of their separation broke up in the media and both are asking for divorce these days.Last February she announced she would publish another book, this one an autobiographical collection of essays about her tumultuous life.She's a successful actress, producer, director, beauty entrepreneur and spokes-model, but her romantic life hasn't always been rosy. Before their marriage these two dated for just few two months.After that, Drew field for divorce after knowing that Welsh used her to acquire a green card.